If a vehicle travels at a constant or uniform speed, the formula that relates distance, speed and time is:
Distance = speed time
First Case Scenario
The vehicles are travelling towards one another.
1 The time it takes for the cars to pass each other.
2 The time at which they passed each other.
They were at 11 of the morning.
3 The distance traveled by each at the time of them passing each other.
Second Case Scenario
The vehicles are travelling in the same direction from different starting points.
1. The time it takes for Car A to reach Car B:
2. The time at which Car A reaches Car B:
Car A reaches Car B at 3 in the afternoon.
3. The distance traveled by each at the time of Car A reaching Car B:
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Third Case Scenario
The vehicles are travelling in the same direction with the same starting point.
1. The time it takes for the second car to reach the first.
2. The distance from the city when the second car reaches the first.
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